Kroombit Tops National Park is the only known home for the Kroombit tinkerfrog, a critically endangered species. Sandstone cliffs, waterfalls and a variety of plant communities also grace this park. Enjoy the view from the eastern escarpment's lookout. The rugged terrain of the Kroombit Plateau became the resting place of a World War II B-24D Liberator bomber. It crashed on a rainy night in 1945, and all on board lost their lives. Drive the four wheel drive scenic loop and walk 700 metres (return) to the plane's crash site. Go bush camping and explore the curious mix of temperate and subtropical rainforests on the rainforest walk. Camping fees apply.
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